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Upcoming Events

Cornwall Crafts Association & The Nation Trust

Unfortunately closed for the time being...This is an Exhibition to Celebrate 125 years of the National Trust. CCA has collaborated with the National Trust at Trelissick to hold this inspirational show that will be exhibited in Trelissick House. Forty of CCA Members have engaged with this concept to produce some beautiful and unique pieces, covering all disciplines, from stunning lighting, quirky automata, shimmering glass to exquisite silver, textiles and ceramics. A feast for the eyes. The Private View will be held in Trelissick House on Friday 13th March from 5.00 pm – 6.00 pm and opens on Saturday 14th March. All welcome. 

 

The little film was made by Tom from the National Trust who did an amazing job of reconfigure my nervous interview into a coherent short film 

Open Studios 

 

Postponed May 23rd to 31st my studio will be open from 10.30 - 4.30 pm I will be serving tea & coffee and there will be a chance to look through sketchbooks, see my work, meet the sheep weather, sheep and time permitting.

Workshops

These will probably be postponed ... I will be running a number of workshops in 2020 from my studio, you can now access the booking for 2 of these sessions below which will be run during open studios in May places are very limited I am afraid, but I may run them again later in the year.

Past 

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Red Sixty Seven Book Launch 14th February 2020

Red Sixty Seven is a collaboration between 67 authors and 67 artists with a single goal: to raise funds to support conservation work aiming to reverse the declines of our most at-risk birds. Contributors include Chris Packham, Ann Cleeves, Samuel West, Natalie Bennett, David Lindo, Gill Lewis, Darren Woodhead, Carry Akroyd, Jane Smith and Patrick Barkham.

All of the profits from the sale of this book will be donated to BTO and RSPB to further their work on Red-listed birds.

Red Sixty Seven is 67 love letters to our most vulnerable species, each beautifully illustrated by some of the best wildlife artists around, showcasing a range of styles as varied as the birds in these pages. Our hope is that the book will bring the Red List to a wider audience whilst raising funds for the charities working to help the birds most at need.

My bird was the Balearic Shearwater, I have a particularly soft spot for Shearwaters (although Manx) having spent some time on Skokholm and Skomer Islands,  We have them visiting our waters around Cornwall.   

 

https://british-trust-for-ornithology.myshopify.com/

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